Aravind 2 Movie Review
A film unit sets out to shoot a thirlllling film in a deep dandeli forest under Director (Srinivas Avasarala).Kamal kamraju is hero, Sir appears as second Hero, Adonika is in a female lead role. Anchor Vijay appears as producer for this film, a psychotic masked killer roams around in the forest and his sole aim is to kill any unfortunate person who crosses his path. As you can imagine, the psychotic killer now sets out to finish off the production crew one by one. Who is the killer and what is the reason behind the gruesome murders and whether anyone will survive should be unravelled on silver screen.
Srinivas Avasarala, Kamal Kamaraju and Bannerjee have performed well
Killing scenes well
It is boring and tepid.
Aravind 2 is a suspense thriller, which has been made on par with Hollywood style. Srinivas Avasarala’s performance is that main attraction in the film. Sekhar’s wonderful screenplay, Vijay Kurakula’s background score, Rajendrababu’s picturisation, Venkata Naga’s thrills and Venkatesh’s art direction are other highlights of the movie. The biggest drawback of the film is that it lacks that much need sense of horror or suspense and also it has abundance of illogical scenes.
Cinematographer Rajendra Babu brings alive the forest in the night, makes the sea sparkle like a gem and ordinary characters sizzle in their world. It was pleasant to watch a forest sans an insect or a snake or a heroine shriek wildly with fear every time something strange is spotted. The locations, the jail, the people all look fresh and give you a good experience, sometimes the chase in a thriller can get boring, this one sustains interest as each face dwindles by the number. The killing is gory, for example a hanging body wrapped in a gunny sack is being cooked by fire below
Arvind-2 fails to thrill or scare movie lovers
2 out of 5
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